Castellana Grotte

On the limestone plateau of the Murgia, a few kilometers from the Adriatic coast, lies Castellana, a town known for its world-famous complex of caves. The Caves of Castellana, discovered and explored for the first time in 1938, offer a unique landscape, thanks to the many stalagmites and stalactites that have formed glittering crystalline columns and natural sculptures.
The surrounding land is characterized by green hills planted with olive, cherry, almond and grape vines and is surrounded by farms, specchie (piles of stone with monumental function) and dry stone walls built with stone outcrops typical of the Murgia.

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